with Carrie Gaynor
Friday – Sunday, August 21-23, 2015
9am-5pm Saturday and Sunday
$375 ($325 until 7/24/2015, $100 Deposit)
Set your anatomy knowledge free! The Anatomy Trains weekend intensive will transform your concepts of myofascial anatomy and expand your com- prehension of your clients’ posture and movement. Learn to see the compensatory strain patterns that lead to pain syndromes. The Anatomy Trains concept moves beyond mechanical ’cause and effect’ actions of muscles to the integrative relational connections of real-life functional movement.
This course will help you:
• ‘Bodyread’ your client’s postural and movement patterns with greater accuracy and integration
• Give you access to effective treatment strategies which may occur some distance from the site of pain or limitation
• Enable you to make distinct changes in your clients’ structure in a few short moves.
The ‘Anatomy Trains’ is a revolutionary new way of analyzing soft-tissue patterns, and developing strategies for unwinding these patterns via fascial and myofascial work. The Anatomy Trains scheme offers a language that most hands-on therapists, regardless of their modality, can use to see their clients more clearly, and communicate to colleagues and clients how the neuro-myofascial web is configured by their ‘acture’ (‘posture in action’).
Carrie Gaynor, BSN, RN, KMI, BCSI is a Board Certified Structural Integrator and a graduate of Kinesis where she has been a faculty member since 2006. Carrie divides her professional time between teaching for Kinesis and a thriving private Structural Integration practice in Rochester, New York, where she also Co-Directs ABSOLUTE yoga & wellness.
Carrie’s strong foundation in the health sciences began with her nursing education earned at the University of Rochester in 1993. She now integrates teaching, clinical practice and research as a means of informing her classroom, private practice and professional endeavors.
A trusted and experienced teacher, Carrie leads professional training programs (KMI Structural Integration with Thomas Myers and other senior Kinesis faculty) and Anatomy Trains intensives in the US and abroad. Her diverse knowledge, infused with a lifetime of athletic interests including nearly two decades of practicing and teaching yoga, allows her to engage with movement and manual therapists.
Most recently, Carrie has written two articles on Structural Integration that were published in the International Association of Structural Integration 2011 Yearbook. She has also delivered presentations on both Structural Integration and Yoga at internationally attended seminars such as Natural Health Practitioners of Canada: Annual National Conference and Atlantic Yoga Conference. She currently serves as a member of the Certification Board for Structural Integration and the Board of Directors of the International Association of Structural Integrators.